About Sensitive Teeth/Pangingilo
Understanding Your Teeth
Your Enamel and Sensitive Teeth
Exposure of your tooth's dentine is the cause
of regular or occasional nerve tooth pain and sensitive
teeth/pangingilo, which can be quite annoying. Dentine lies just
below the enamel. Thousands of microscopic tubes run through the
dentine. Once dentine is exposed, the nerves within these tubules
may become susceptible to triggers such as cold food or drinks
resulting in a short, sharp nerve pain in the tooth."Dentine
hypersensitivity" (sensitive teeth/pangingilo) is the feeling of
pain when you stimulate the exposed dentine of the tooth and your
teeth hurt from exposure to that stimuli.
Good Oral Health Begins with Understanding
This diagram can also help you understand
why dentine plays such an important role in causing that painful
tooth nerve pain and sensitive teeth/pangingilo.
Sensodyne with Potassium creates a barrier to
the sensation of pain and, with regular brushing, builds
Nerves within the tooth are triggered by hot
and cold stimuli due to worn enamel or receding gums.
Learn More: Triggers of